This is my first review. I bought this book because I enjoy many P & P variations, contributions, sequels, and what not. This book does have the expected periodic typographical errors and word redundancy that many of these inexpensive Ebooks have, but it also shows that this author tends to use the same type of sex over and over, whether the story takes place in the past or the distant future.
These stories aren't bad, and I was entertained by most of them, but I'm glad I bought this book cheaply and am very glad I did not spend much on it.
This reads rather amateurishly and I don't mind it much for the price, but don't expect a professional quality when you read this. It reads much like Fanfic and is not of high quality. This author has enthusiasm and it shows, but she needs a proof-reader and maybe a class or two.
In short, fairly entertaining, if silly at times, but not bad for a few quick stories to read before bed several nights in a row.
Not the best2012/3/12
I love anything Pride and Prejudice, but this one was not all that I would have wanted. I skipped half of the stories. I just don't want to read stories totally revolving around anyone other than Lizzy and Darcy. If I do read one, it needs to be really good. This book didn't keep my attention.
Not very original2012/1/15
This had absolutely NOTHING to do with anything bearing any resemblance (other than the names) to the story or characters in Jane Austen's "Pride & Prejudice." I enjoy reading how others think the P&P story might end up, so I read quite a bit of these interpretations. But this was like a collection of amateurish pornagraphic writings from Playgirl. Each short story was so similar in detail that you seemed to be reading the same story. I'm not necessarily a prude, so I don't mind when a writer chooses to go further erotically that was accepted by Austen, but this was ridiculous. Unless you are looking for this type of stimulation, I wouldn't waste my time or money.